F1: Martin Brundle answers viewers’ questions
Over at ITV F1.com it’s Martin Brundle’s turn to answer viewers’ questions. And this week brings a particularly interesting batch as the veteran F1 racer has just taken to the track for the first time in seven years to compete against his son in the open-wheel Formula Palmer Audi series.
Brundle steps down from driver management
Martin Brundle’s partnership with fellow F1 veteran Mark Blundell has been dissolved in the face of his new commitments as a BBC commentator and manager to his son Alex.
F1: Coulthard, Brundle, Kravitz… and Eddie Jordan too
The BBC has finally got around to confirming what we all knew already – that David Coulthard and Martin Brundle will make up the crux of its next year’s F1 team.
F1: It’s Brundle to the Beeb
F1 fans worrying that they might have to face the new season without the wit, insight and occasional dogged determination of Martin Brundle, fear not! He’ll be on the BBC – but hopefully without the damn grid walk…
F1: Regulator accepts ITV’s apology for Brundle’s ‘pikey’ remark
The broadcasting regulator Ofcom says it intends to take no further action after ITV apologised for Martin Brundle’s use of the word ‘pikey’ during the run-in to the Canadian Grand Prix.
F1: Brundle in trouble after ‘pikey’ grid remark
Whoops – Lewis Hamilton wasn’t the only one with a red face in the aftermath of the Canadian Grand Prix this morning. Martin Brundle is is trouble for using the distinctly un-PC term ‘pikeys’ to describe the people repairing the damaged track surface.
FPA: Brundle races for first time in seven years
Here’s a story that we’ve had earmarked for a while – the news that Martin Brundle has made his first return to competitive track racing since he drove for Bentley in the Le Mans 24 Hours event in 2001.
F1: Brundle’s views on the season so far
There’s an interesting analysis by Martin Brundle on the ITV F1 website, covering what he thinks of the season so far – and what he thinks might be the hot prospects for the next few races.
F1: Brundle hits back at FIA
Martin Brundle has hit back in his Sunday Times column against the FIA and its decision to issue a libel writ over a piece he wrote in September questioning the impartiality of its actions.
F1 Canadian Grand Prix preview: The return of the Wall of Champions
Last time Formula One visited Canada the track fell to bits, Lewis Hamilton had an embarrassing front-end shunt, Robert Kubica delivered an unlikely one-two for BMW and Martin Brundle opened his mouth and inserted both feet.